Monday 6th April 2015
Windsor ended a run a two games without a win by seeing off Chertsey Town 5-1 at Stag Meadow.
On a beautiful sunny day at Stag Meadow Windsor started on the front foot and never looked back. Barry Dunbar returned to the starting line up in place of George Gould and Jake Jenkins retained his centre back place, Adam Richards moving to the right back position.
The midfield trio of Riaz, Sheehan and Minhas pulled the strings from the first minute and it only took 3 minutes for Windsor to go ahead, a sweeping move finished well by Minhas from inside the six yard box.
Windsor very nearly doubled their lead from the kick off. Richards linking well with Riaz before squaring the ball for Robert Lazarczuk. Laza's shot narrowly wide from 20 yards.
Chertsey continued to chase shadows and on ten minutes Windsor doubled their tally when Ben Geraughty turned in a low cross past his own keeper.
It was little more than Windsor deserved. Chances came and went for Lazarczuk, James Quinn and Adam Kirby before Barry Dunbar was played in and made no mistake with a lethal turn and shot from just inside the 18 yard box.
Throughout, Riaz and a rejuvenated Jason Sheehan jinked, stepped-over and pushed Windsor forward. Di Giuseppe the beneficiary of pass after pass.
Adam Kirby scored Windsor's fourth with a hook volley over his shoulder following a Lazarczuk corner and goal keeping blunder.
Thankfully for Chertsey the half time whistle arrived and the safety of the dressing room for fifteen minutes was welcome relief.
Windsor continued where they finished the first half, attacking the Chertsey goal. Lazarczuk weaved his way into the area, beating three players before slotting home, 5-0 and no way back for the away side. More Windsor chances came and went.
Chertsey did get a small foot-hold in the game and with Windsor pushing forward, taking one or two chances, had chances to score. Pomroy guilty of missing on two occasions. It was Pomroy who got on the score sheet, beating a redundant Courtnage with some ease.
Wonder Woodham took the opportunity to introduce both Josh Kelly and Travis Richardson-Hodge and it was the former who thought he'd got his first senior goal and Windsor's sixth firing low into the net. Unfortunately the assistant referee's flag spoilt Kelly's and Windsor Supporters celebrations.
Chertsey were pleased to hear the final whistle. Windsor could have doubled their score on the day, but the 322 in attendance were treated to a fine footballing display.